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Accept Chicken Shack Original recording remastered, Import

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  • Audio CD (15 Dec. 2007)
  • Number of Discs: 1
  • Format: Original recording remastered, Import
  • Label: CBS
  • ASIN: B000B9EX0I
  • Other Editions: Audio CD  |  Vinyl
  • Average Customer Review: 5.0 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (1 customer review)
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 1,526,855 in Music (See Top 100 in Music)

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This was the last album on the blue horizon label and sees the band moving more towards the blues rock genre. Chicken Shack made a couple of more albums before Stan Webb joined Savoy Brown and then formed Broken Glass. Eventually Chicken Shack returned but were now Stan webb's chicken shack.. Just for the previous reviewer she didn't use her loaf is a bit of cockney rhyming slang loaf of bread meaning head.
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5.0 out of 5 stars come on now, this should be a famous album! 19 May 2016
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Just a note before I begin. I apologize if any lyrics are wrong. I can't find them online. Apparently this album is so rare that not only am I the first to review it here on amazon but finding the lyrics is proving to be incredibly hard!

"Diary of Your Life" opens with a heavy and slow guitar riff and Cream style vocals. I can't find the lyrics anywhere online so this line I'm about to write is probably wrong, but it sounds like the singer is singing "Seems I'm not the only love you ever had". Either way terrific melody. I love when the pace picks up a moment later. Perhaps this song was heavily influenced by Zeppelin's first two albums because I hear similar tendencies in the rhythm, riffs and solos. Not that that's a bad thing of course! This is a great song.

"Pocket" has a jazzier pace and mellow vocals. Not mellow enough to be a ballad but rather, mellow in a Paul Rodgers kind of way so there's still heavy guitar riffs going on in the background. Once again the rhythm changes gears a moment later with a heavy guitar solo. This solo is in the traditional blues sense but still rocks, and I like how it naturally returns to the original vocals and rhythm when it's done. This band is really good! "Never Ever" could be called country rock in the truest sense- it rocks and the vocals sound country-ish! The song is carried by solid rhythmic drumming and piano. "You're never ever kind!" Love the way the piano fades at the end too.

"Sad Clown" is really special in that it's a pleasant instrumental based around the guitar and keyboards. Well wait! I'm not exactly describing what makes it special now am I? Because there's thousands of instrumentals out there the same way. This song goes in a sadder/softer direction where every note feels emotional. "Maudie" is a chugging blues rocker. "Maudie why did you lie to me!" Simple melody and guitar, but it's pretty good. "Telling Your Fortune" has an awesome guitar riff. Based in the blues, that guitar riff is really good! "I can tell you pretty baby, I'll love you 'til the end of time, I can tell your fortune and I don't even know your sign". Hey wait this song appeared on Imagination Lady because I remember quoting these lyrics there! Oh well, this is still cool. Really good Led Zeppelin or early Black Sabbath-like guitar solo.

"Tired Eyes" has really dreamy piano and well, a tired-like pace! I almost want to compare it to the Beatles "I'm So Tired" not because they sound the same, but rather they both give you that sense of being tired and dragging your feet through the day. "Some Other Time" is different based on the jumpy tempos and piano, and the slight theatrical sound. This is really cool. A Jethro Tull comparison probably isn't out of the question but eh, not quite the same style. I love this song though I know that much!

"Going Round" is upbeat and fun, even if the lyrics seem to indicate something else. "You've got some love for everyone in this town, going 'round!" I enjoy the hoarse vocals. Who can resist singing along to the chorus ("Your love is going 'round!") and the way the song ends with a heavy riff and handclaps? Awesome there too! "Andalucian Blues" is pure guitar prettiness. That's all it is and all it needs to be.

"You Knew You Did You Did" is based around another "Tale of Brave Ulysses" Cream riff. I don't mind though- it's awesome. "I never told you, I never lied but baby you treat me like I better cry". I wonder who came out first, this lead singer or Paul Rodgers because they resemble each other a little. Not really saying one is copying the other though- there's enough difference in style that I'm sure any comparisons I notice are probably unintentional. But then again who really cares? This song is amazing and I like it more than most of the stuff I've heard from Free anyway.

"She Didn't Use Her Loaf" (what does that mean I wonder, because I have a craving for meatloaf!) is a tender vocal melody. The background vocals are good too. A lot of emotion can be found in this song. The "Never thought I'd see" part is a wonderful and *extremely* pretty melody and when the guitar comes in to play along? Ah man, just amazing. And the placement of the guitar during the final minute? Genius!

Overall, wow! This is certainly a fantastic album and not what I expected at all based on Imagination Lady. I was expecting super heavy guitar solos and nothing but blues- instead I hear creative ideas all over the place. Highly recommended... but is anyone out there reading this review? Probably not. What a shame- a solid album like this going by unnoticed.
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